I like to feel good.
You like to feel good.
But we’re afraid to judge things by how they make us feel.
We know some things that seem to make us feel good don’t. Not really. Some things give us a gratification hit, a little emotional boost, but aren’t good for us. If we follow the feeling good path, it might lead to bad results… Continue reading
a. Things you have no use for; things which are just there. Mental or physical, psychic or tangible: unnecessary, unhelpful, often harmful though in a slow, creeping, insidious way that you might not notice.
b. Different than mess. Mess is produced by making, creating, exploring, discovering, playing, working, learning… You know, living. Mess is a natural byproduct of life. Mess is the stack of books you’ve read or want… Continue reading
Get more productive, as productive as those CEOs should be (even if they’re not) by borrowing some of their good habits. Continue reading
1. If you have “guru” anywhere on your profile, Facebook page, website, blog, or email signature, I don’t trust your authority.
2. Valid experience – plainly and clearly stated – is the best way to establish authority.
3. Peer reviews and client recommendations are the second best way to establish authority.
4. Give me those things first, then give me links to your articles and posts and so on… Continue reading
This is an approach you can use to get what you want out of an area of life, if what you want is
a) to go deeper and be more focused in a particular area, or
b) to spend fewer resources maintaining a particular area.
If what you want is exploration, new connections, a widened network, increased and broader possibilities, access to a wide variety of elements/experiences, interaction… Continue reading